Thanks so much. Now I can rest assure that mine isn't broken. Honestly last night I couldn't sleep and kept thinking what should I do if it's broken since it's 2nd hand unit and doesn't really have warranty (as far as the previous owner says).
I took it apart, clean it, grease it. It feels like new without power but in many games something wasn't right. Thanks to you I can sleep peacefully tonight... or maybe not sleeping at all and keep playing it until morning.
Originally Posted by ChrisDanger
Did the DFGT have "canned effects"? For example, when you go over a rumble strip a wheel with canned effects initiates a procedure that's identical for all rumble strips, whereas a wheel without canned effects would vibrate according to the interpreted geometry of the actual rumble strip.
Maybe not the best example but I guess you get the idea.
It might explain some differences. It might not be the answer at all...
Got the idea! Maybe this is the reason why I feel DFGT has more colorful effects than G27 which feels like it stuck with damper or some kind. On DFGT all rumble strips feel pretty much identical but on G27 it's different from track to track and game to game.
Alright... back to the settings page to see which one suite my driving style.
Oh, how I wish to forgot the pain of finding the right settings according to my liking.